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concern. in north korea's capital thousands rallied in support of their leader. kim jong-un shouting death to the imperialists and that followed a clear message to the u.s. in which stealth bombers and b-52s dropped weapons just a few miles from north korea. the display was part of a drill, but president kim responded by ordering his missiles to be ready to strike the u.s. and south korea. north korea's weapons can't travel far enough to reach the u.s. >> former south african president nelson mandela is in good spirits as he recovers from persistent lung infection. the 94-year-old was admitted to the hospital earlier this week. it's his third stay since december. mandela's son announced today that his father was in good spirits and has been able to eat well. the former president contracted tuberculosis when he was a political prisoner and has had lung problems ever since. >>> a health scare for thousands of former patients of an oklahoma debtist who are being told they may have been exposed to hepatitis and hiv. the 7,000 patients were possibly exposed through unsanitary conditions at doct
, kim jong-un, directed at both the southern neighbor and the united states. there are close to 30,000 american troops in south korea, and tonight there are fears one misstep by either side could ignite a powder keg. nbc's ian williams is in south korea tonight with reaction. >> reporter: lester, north korea has continued to ratchet up the pressure, today declaring what it described as a state of war on the korean peninsula. the announcement came on state television, adding that south korea would now be dealt with according to wartime regulations. students were shown marching to wartime songs. it's not clear what exactly the latest threat means. technically, there's been a state of war on the peninsula for 60 years. there hadn't been a peace treaty at the end of the korean war. a spokesman for the south korean
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